Digital Personal Workstation 433au
The Digital Personal Workstation was a range of entry/mid-level workstation computers manufactured by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) in the 1990s. They were based on the DEC Alpha and Intel Pentium Pro or Pentium II microprocessors, and could run the Digital UNIX, OpenVMS and Microsoft Windows NT operating systems.
Our model, a 433au, operates a 433 MHz Alpha 21164A processor. Models suffixed 'au' ran Digital UNIX or OpenVMS rather than Windows NT.
Manufacturer: Digital Equipment Corporation
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